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The Iranian Gulf Coast - Bandar Bushehr to Bandar Abbas
Monday, 11 February 2008
After one month in Esfahan we’ve set our destination on the Arabian peninsula. It was already too cold in northern Iran and Turkey to go north. We had our tourist visa’s extended for a month hoping it would be enough for the journey south and the arrangements to get the ferry to the UAE. The journey south turned out to be one of escaping the winter cold of  2008.

Transferring money to Iran under UN sanctions
Monday, 04 February 2008
International Money transfers to and from Iran has become increasingly difficult because of the last UN sanctions since the start of 2007. As we experienced many European banks have implemented restrictions in dealing with most of the Iranian banks such as Melli bank and Mellat bank. As it turned out you’ll need a go-between bank to send money to Iran. But there’s also another route we discovered.
STECA Solar battery charger - regulator for solar panels
Tuesday, 29 January 2008
For a mobile home nowadays it’s a must to have a solar power system. It’s free electricity at locations where there is none – although the initial investment is quite significant. An important part of the solar power system is the solar power regulator. It chargers the battery with solar electricity. There are many on the market – we use the STECA PR 2020 Regulator for Photovoltaic systems. It does it’s job well although it has a somewhat peculiar behavior.

Overview of featured travel stories
Monday, 28 January 2008
During 2 years of travelling we've written several stories about the things which keeps us busy while travelling.Here you find an overview of featured stories since we started travelling. Here is an overview of all travel stories.
Kipor sinemaster KGE 2000 Ti generator with digital invertor hands-on experiences
Monday, 28 January 2008
We’ve been travelling with a Kipor Sinemaster KGE 2000 Ti for almost 2 years now. It’s a Chinese build generator rated at 1600 Watts using a 220 volts digitally simulated Sine wave. Although it still works when we need it, getting it to work wasn’t always such happy experience. Based on the many times and circumstances we used the Kipor Sinemaster KGE 2000 Ti, to our opinion it’s absolutely essential to have some knowledge of it’s internals. Without you’ll definitely end up without power in rogue conditions. Also read about running a portable WOLF 9000 AC unit on the Kipor Sinemaster KGE 2000 Ti.
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